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CNBC
Jan 27, 2010 6:00am EST
. but none of the largest deals that were done during that period in the united states have gone bankrupt. if you take the 20 largest deals done in a bubble period, so-called, none of them have filed for bankruptcy. some of them have problems, but actually, they're being re structured and i think many of them will get good returns for their invest everies. >> is 2010 the year that private equity can build up and roll them back out? >> you'll see a lot of ipos this year. but he'll see a lot of strategic sales, sales of company to strategic buyers because they're back in the market, as well. and financial buyers will buy things from other financial buyers. so i think you'll see a fair amount of buying activity this year. >> joe is in the studio and he has a question, too. >> i love the general fighting the last war, david. that's so apt. and i can mention about five really well known pundits that are fienting the last war. and none of them actually make investments or run private equity firms, which it's easy to be that way if you actually don't have to, you know, be involved in the economy
CNBC
Jan 13, 2010 6:00am EST
here in the united states. the nano unveiled at the auto show last night. we have reaction from there and mike jackson. then we talk earnings and the economy with two market pros. we'll get their stock picks and their economic outlook. >>> first carl has a look at the headlines. >> puts a little negative after rough action in asia. in fact, the roughest section for the asian markets in about seven weeks. a few head lynns, google is threatening to leave china. the tech giant warns it will no longer tolerate censorship of its search engine. google generated 53% of its $5.9 billion in third quarter revenue outside the u.s., although it doesn't disclose the size of its business in china. >>> the president will announce plans tomorrow to raise up to $120 billion from major financial firms to cover expected t.a.r.p. program losses. the news comes as public anger grows over big bonuses being paid out barely a year after the height of the global financial crisis. >>> thousands feared dead in the worst earthquake to strike haiti in more than 200 years. the quake toppled the presidential
CNBC
Jan 19, 2010 6:00am EST
to united states that has taken over the airport and the incoming relief supplies. then the u.n., which has taken over the dust bugz, they say there's still not a clear line of who is in charge and that has held up some of the relief supplies. but in answer to your question, yes, the eerm is coming up with better distribution systems and more of it is getting to the areas in need. overnight, a plane load of haitian or fans left here by airplane. a flight came in from pittsburgh and is now going back to pittsburgh with a number of or fans. the united states says it will temporarily accept haitian or fans for care within the united states. so the scene here continues to be one of -- where the search and rescue is going on. the living, obviously, the most important. there are so many bodies to be collected here, but the living, obviously key. finding those people, we're now at one week, who may still be alive. the search and rescue teams are out doing the best they can working off tips. people are saying, i heard someone in there. but no one at this point is giving up more hope that more peopl
CNBC
Jan 6, 2010 6:00am EST
of history in the united states i'm told by speaker pelosi, but some people might not agree. >> and bill ritter, the governor of colorado announcing yesterday that he will not seek re-election. >> and another senator switching parties from democrat to republican and having his whole staff resign. >> there are some really red states. they are hearing stuff, they won't pick up the phones any more. >> like you said, anything can happen. it depends on where the economy goes, it probably depends on a lot of issues. but this is the early sign of some shake-ups that could come in 2010. >> and those are two guys that are on a lot that you're used to. >> there is some talk that if chris dodd lead, then jack reed will be in position to take over on the financial committee. >> also, house democratic leadership will head to the white house today. the group meeting with the president at 2:30 eastern time this afternoon, the democrats want to get a final health care bill to president obama's desk before the state of the union, so these are part of the negotiations along the way. >> get a check on the
CNBC
Jan 28, 2010 6:00am EST
the very same things. they're figuring their governments may take some queues from the united states, as well. we'll be speaking from some ceos this morning to get their reaction to what the president had to say. but yesterday we got a chance to sit down with john mac, chairman of morgan stanley. you may know john mac. you may recognize that he is a southern gentlemen. he tends to not speak ill of anybody. he was supportive of hillary clinton when she was running for the presidency. but when we sat down and talked with him yesterday, he admitted where there are some areas where the government may be pushing things a bit far. listen in. >> i've been a big proponent that the regulatory framework is complicated. we fwheed to have one large systemic risk manager. we need to have connectivity on a global basis with other regulators. so there's a lot to discuss. and i think my concern is not so much overreaching, but not having a full dialogue back and forth on the pros and cons of any idea. >> now, as i mentioned, mr. mac is a southern gentlemen. he goes out of his way to speak very evenl
CNBC
Jan 26, 2010 6:00am EST
's diabetes drug victoza. there's now a 5.1 billion market for diabetes drugs in the united states. >> let's turn to our task force to analyze the markets. gary cominutesky is our guest host. richard, our guest host, gary, says there's no more money to get into stocks at all. is that right? >> i don't think so. but earnings are going to be pretty good this year. $7 is the consensus. we think it could be closer to 80. after this market pulls back and you get some of the risk adjustment and money away from the spec laters, don't forget, we've had crowded overseas trades. once that works its way out, we think you can tell have 10% upside which could be like a 15 multiple on 80 bucks in earnings. >> but everybody is not fully invested right here? >> i think there is still plenty of cash. we took money off the table in emerging markets in the last couple of weeks and i think there's decent levels around. what are you going to do in fixed income? you can't high in fixed income. the 1046 year bond was down 10% last year. rates are going to go back up and money markets are playing nothing. people
CNBC
Jan 15, 2010 6:00am EST
search giant would not affect their trade ties to the u.s. the united states has backed google's view of censoring on searches and has raised the issue on a diplomatic level though it's hard to do that since it's hard to confirm exactly what google is accusing the chinese of doing. >> yeah. i can be an administration official here. what do you find it? i find it -- >> troubling. >> -- troubling. i find it troubling. not really prepared to say anything, you know, they're kind of important and google is kind of important. if i had to find a word for it -- >> unfortunate? >> no, i'd go with troubling. >> unfortunate's too strong. >> unfortunate is like it's not anyone's fault. i'm more troubled than anything else. anyway, our guest host this morning -- exactly -- is john podes podesta, president and ceo of the center for american progress, former chief of staff under president bill clinton. and john, thanks for coming on. great to see you. we are going to focus exclusively on haiti when the president comes on. i'm not going to be able to ask him any of these, you know, these interesting
CNBC
Jan 14, 2010 6:00am EST
their turn to speak as well, including fdic chair sheila bair and mary schapiro. >>> united states and other nations are sending food, water and medical supplies to assist the western hemisphere's poorest nation. president barack obama promises an all-out humanitarian effort including the military and civilian emergency teams from across the united states, but conditions there are very difficult and a lot of that aid is having a hard time finding its way through to the villages that are most in need. >>> meantime, billions in bonuses set to be doled out to wall streeters over the next month, and bank of america is the latest to de-emphasize cash and bonus payments. mary thompson joins us with more. >> bank of america is changing up its payouts. the bank saying it wants to allow compensation more in line with shareholder interest. the wall street firms may be trying to deflect public interest in what's expected to be a near record bonus season on wall street. the changes? some say employees will see upfront cash bonuses cut to 5% of their total bonus. last year b of a employees received 50%.
CNBC
Jan 8, 2010 6:00am EST
in assets in its first year. >> china overtaking the united states in its world's top auto market. statistics show china sold more than 13.5 million vehicles last year. the united states had annual sales of 10.4. cars selling in 2009. growth this year, though, is seen much slower. it's still solid, but you're talking about much slower gains that we saw last year. >> that was a month ago. and i got some mail on it, but i quoted chanos as saying each peasant now that moves from the interlands in china gets his own skyscraper. he doesn't need anyone -- that's so you can move in there. they've got so many that are overbuilt and aren't occupied that that is one of the inducements to get you to come to the city and provide the labor force. you can get 42 floors. >> yeah. >> to do what you want with. >> and they can keep building it. >> no, no, they can't. you know that. things eventually -- that can't be your growth. you can't manufacture the growth of your economy, can you? >> that depends if -- if you can stimulate enough of those consumers to stop spending and start saving, it might
CNBC
Jan 20, 2010 6:00am EST
. >> yeah, oh, yeah, it's a great way. i love for the workers in the united states to be treated equally. how many are not covered by a collective bargaining agreement that are thrown under the bus for their union peers because they supported president obama? just looking -- if a republican tried to do that, carl, i mean, come on. >> on that note, a big day for berkshire and a big day for us. quick check on the markets this morning, big day yesterday, almost 116 points on the dow. now at fresh highs. the biggest jump since the 4th of january. we're going to give some of it back this morning. some concerns overnight in china, joe, they're raising again the capital requirements reserve ratios for banks, worries that maybe is china starting to withdraw some stimulus? it's hurting commodities. we're going to have a weak open despite what china did last night. >> i saw some running commentary. >> talking about polar opposites on china. >> they were, but then it look like rogers at least said maybe the possibility that there's some type of bubble in shanghai, hopefully that they can deal with
CNBC
Jan 29, 2010 6:00am EST
. the sense of the united states is almost in an institutional paralysis, which would be an interesting top for a ph.d. student if u.s. was the size of sweden, but the way it shapes the economy, everyone wants to talk about, can a banking reform bill be done? can they really go ahead with an international coordination in a g-20 process, so on and so forth. they all want to talk about the capacity the of the american government to get things done. >> is that good news or bad news from the perspective of ceos and business leaders from around the world who have been saying, wait, things are moving too quickly, we would rather have some gridlock back. weights the feel you two are getting? >> the mood i'm getting from business leaders more consistently since i got into town has been things are better this year, but really don't expect us to deliver the sort of sustained growth and particular sustained employment growth that is going to bail you out of political problems because we're not going to do it. this is going to be a slow anemic, pretty much jobless recovery. i've had business leaderers
CNBC
Jan 22, 2010 6:00am EST
reaction. this is a speech dated april 11th, 1962. the president of the united states at that time said -- it is a serious hour in our nation's history. we're in a grave crisis in berlin in southeast asia and how does that steel industry raise prices? kennedy and the market went down sharply. and then we got back to basics. jobs, jobs, jobs. earnings, earnings, earnings. and how did the stock market do after that? it was terrific. it did much better. i thought some of those interesting -- >> and that was only 48 years ago. >> 50. >> becky, if goldman would have had the normal payout that they've had on their revenues in the past for bonuses, new york city would have gotten an extra $400 million in tax revenue? >> completely. it would have jumped back up to 48% or something. >> the tax revenues at goldman's partners are going to pay on this lower payout is going to deplete what the state and federal governments get. >> if goldman keeps the profit, they do pay tax. to the degree they don't pay out $1 billion, if they paid it to you -- if they paid it to you, you would pay 40% and it would
CNBC
Jan 11, 2010 6:00am EST
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CNBC
Jan 25, 2010 6:00am EST
into the rescue program a year ago, almost every large bank in the united states and in the world would have collapsed within 72 hours? >> no, no, no, no. some would. some would, but we'd be over it by now. in 1921, paul, that's exactly what we did. we still didn't accept all your economics inspect 1921 the recession/depression, it was severe after the inflation of world war i. hands off and over in a year. that's always what happened before. with they inflated, caused a bubble, a correction, but in the 1930s hoover was the culprit and roosevelt followed up and prolonged the agony for 15 years. that depression didn't end until after world war ii. believe me. people weren't doing well until after then. yes, you want hands off but you to want enforce the laws against fraud and enforce the law of bankruptcy. that's a federal regulation. we don't allow the bankruptcy, we take the good people's money and bail out the bad investments, prop up awe the mistakes and that's what you're doing. you're pouring out the money, hoping to patch up the hole in the bubble. it's not going to work. believe me, i
CNBC
Jan 4, 2010 6:00am EST
back into the united states. yesterday newark airport terminal c was shut down for six hours because a guy went in through that area you're only supposed to exit the terminal from without being screened. >> i don't think they found him yet. >> no. they kicked everyone out. made them all go back through security. they had not identified the man who had gone in. >> guys on the inside saying passengers are one thing but stuff that goes on with baggage handlers and whole behind the scenes stuff at airports would turn the hair on your neck up with some of the stuff that goes on there. >> stuff that gets through? >> things go on there. there's a million ways of getting something in there not just through security of passengers. >> so excited to fly twice this month. >> as a passenger, like in israel, they should check you out. if you sweat -- if you sweat, you get probed. not just outside body probe. you may need to cough. >> make you sweat even more. >> you may even need to cough. full body scanners don't look up. >> you had someone on the show last week saying there are a few machines th
CNBC
Jan 21, 2010 6:00am EST
, number one, number two the overall banking system in the united states, and number three, the overall financial system -- it would be a big boone to shareholders. i think if you broke up jpmorgan or bank of america, you would make far more money with the pieces than you're going to make with the whole. in fact, you know, a couple of days ago we wrote a piece strongly advocating that jpmorgan get rid of its consumer finance businesses because they're losers. they're not just losers because that's where the loan losses are coming from. they're losers because they're saturated businesses filled with price competition where regulation is increasing. so, you know, if the companies don't have enough sense to get rid of these businesses and the government comes along and forces them to, i would -- i would think that's a major positive. >> would you -- >> for the nation -- >> would you expect -- would goldman have to give up their commercial bank status? >> they might. but who cares? it doesn't mean anything. they don't intend to use it for anything. i mean, they're not going to go out -- >>
CNBC
Jan 7, 2010 6:00am EST
being too cold, but too cold economically. >> back here in the united states, we'll get results of retailers reporting all day long. one index was sales of stores open at least a year is expected to prize by 3.2%. costco is the very first out of the gate this morning. the company's comps are up 9%, better than the 7.9% increase the street had been expected. we're going to talk to a long time retail analyst and a friend here on squawk. dana telsey, in just a few minutes, would he tell we'll get her prediction on what we can expect through wrought the morning and 2010. >> meantime, let's get a check on the markets today. the dow didn't do a lot yesterday. but you know, despite sort of the modest numbers on the headlines -- >> that's two days in a row. >> yeah, i know. but there was sector rotation going on. financials are doing pretty well. >> tech has been choppy, right? >> ces has been -- >> is that true that the adult video thing depose on at the same time? >> it did last year. >> and right across the street. >> right. >> so the geekky nerds are heading over there with their --
CNBC
Jan 12, 2010 6:00am EST
finally after a three, four-year study figured out we can do that in the united states. the key is making cars people really like and they say, i really love that car. and i think we haven't done that. as a result, the automobile industry, which was the leading industry in the world, our auto industry back in the '50s,' 60s, '70s is gone down to what we've just gone through. >> we're coming back. >> you talk about apple with the specialty retailing success, what do you see the future of the department store relative to -- >> i think the department store is -- you know, the department store is a concept that is not only, as you remember it, but also walmart is a department store. you go into walmart, look at their departments. they have more departments in walmart than in the regular department -- i think department stores are still a viable concept. they have to continue to entertain. they have to present and service. i think neiman marcus, barney's or saks or macy's, and particularly a nordstrom's in the same -- >> bonnie? >> barney. >> bonnie who? >> my accent. >> i don't know her. i go
CNBC
Jan 5, 2010 6:00am EST
country where airplanes were destined to the united states, i happened to be in canada at the time, they were being asked to show up three hours before the flights that were many in cases less than an hour to go through a procedure that obviously consumed an enormous a effort and manpower but really didn't attack the issues that were identified when this guy got on an airplane. >> yeah. we keep talking about israel and all alal and the way they extreme passengers in and out of that country. is that going to happen to us? is the nature of flying going to be different from this point on? >> i think -- my own view is that we really need to begin to focus more and more on attacking the security question where we know there are issues. and i think the government took one small step yesterday in narrowing the attention that they're going to pay to people from certain countries of interest and from countries that are known state sponsors of terrorism. on the other end of the spectrum, of course, there are literally millions and millions of americans that would be willing to undergo some k
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